Human rights is the philosophical, legal and political concept in which every human being has universal, inalienable rights, regardless of existing positive law or other local factors such as ethnicity, nationality or religion. According to this concept, every human being, despite of his social condition has rights. Human rights, which are the prerogative of individuals, are generally recognized in democratic countries by law, by norms of constitutional value or by international conventions, so that their respect is ensured by all, including the state. The existence, validity and content of human rights are a constant subject of debate in philosophy and political science. The international human rights funders groups and organizations are often made of donors and grantmakers with an aim to share their strategies and what they have learned in order to advance human rights now around the world.